If you like reading about scientists exploring little-visited, remote areas then you'll love this.
This is the story of three undergraduate students turned passionate biologists, not to mention avid and talented birders, who mounted an expedition to a remote region in central Peru. It's the story of a region consisting of diverse forests and grasslands, to date largely ignored by ornithologists. It's a story where new discoveries could appear anywhere, anytime.
But it's not my story to tell. Instead, visit the Gran Pajonal Expedition web site to learn about the team, their goals, the importance of their work, and the latest reports from the field.
And live, as I do, in jealousy!
Diabolical Raptor Quiz: Mystery in the Trees - I’m still recovering from several days of blisteringly good birding in Panama, including a jaunt down Old Gamboa Road. This...
1 day ago